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THK BA11IIK DAILY TmffS, CARRE, VT.. THURSDAY, JULY 22, )p20.
.-""""T "m "oi""-" - (I robmuKr There's a shine . TO IRES It Kas takenloEjyears of experience and great scientific skill to produce tkat master creation - tte Diamond Cord Tire Diamond Cords make iriendsly making good, lhey are ready to maKe fiooa Jtor you Reynolds & Son,. Barre !ORTH CALAIS Mr. and Mrs. Levi Ainsworth Hnd friends from Muiitpelier were in town Sunday. Dr. P. A. Wakefield of Flardtvick was at Frank Scribnrr's Monday. , Mr. and Mrs. 1-co Taynp are working for Colonel H. S. Foster through hay ing. Howard Karle of Barre was in town Saturday. Miss Rowena Kelson of Meriden, X. H., is upending a few days at the home of her father, S. B. Nelson. Mrs. Myra Ainsworth of Cabot is at the honie of her " daughter for a few weektt' stay. Mr. and Mrs. A. Heney and four daughters of Cleveland, O.. and Mr. and Mrs. (trover Felt of Montpelier were rerent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Wliwler. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Con ant and daughter, Ruth, spent a few days at their cottage near Lake Nelson, last, vt Aek. J. M. Karle of Springfield, Mass., spent the week end at the home of his mother, Mrs. Kate Karle. Kenneth Orton of Athol, Mat-., viH- I ited Mr. Kdilh Beard a few day last week. Mis Marion Taylor and friend-- of Montpelier spent the week end in camp t Lake Nelson. EAST MONTPELIER Herbert Wright has purchased the W. A. Lapoint farm and takes posses sion in October. C. P. Dudley and family motored to Willoughby lake Sunday. George Miortt of Sharon has bought he V. K. Visk place. Mr. Short t and family were former resident of Kast Montpelier and their friends are pleased to have them return. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vincent and daughter. Hazel, were visitors in Barre on Tuesday. Clifford Perry of Barre nas in town Tuesday on business Frank Wells Rowland of BarTe is visiting at M. F-. Rowland's. Mr. Laura Quintan of Barre visited her brother, Chester Batrhrlder, Sun day. XI r M. A. WWW, sister of W. K. Fuk, ha tetumed to her borne in South Lancaster, Mas. An Aid to Wearing ThH Season Fashions (Help to Beauty Here i a iwple. unfailirf wy to rid the skin of orje- ion bJe hairs: W it a srtinf powdered dat and wa ter anake ewoora pte to cover the kairr urfav. apply and in ahmt 2 minute rob cff. the skm M very tra" of fca ir fca vanihe. This w quite krile. but t iioH tip poiBt be sore in frt the Hi'"l' i an primal parage. Adv. CARE OF THE BABY A Series of Articles Prepared Especially for the Barre Daily Times ' By the U. S. Public Health Serv ice, Washington, D. C. (Questions tvlatinir to babr rar and to problems ot maternal and chilo ..vlth will be nared by es perts of the U. S. public hnlth ervice. Addrefa Baby Health Kditor. V.. S. Public Health Service, Wash ington. P. C. Please mention this newspaper.) 10. The Nursing Mother. The mother who loves her haliy nurses it. There are very few mothers whose breasts will not give sufficient milk if they will encourage the baby to suck and thus ki-ep t lie milk flow ing. Sometimes when the mother suffers from weariness or from feeble health or worry, the milk supply will not he sufficient for the haby. The mother may conclude that the baby will starve and give up nursing it. This is a great mistake, for modified cow's milk may be added to the breast supply. As the mother obtains rest she will grow stronger and will find the milk coming in sufficient ipiatititv. The nursing mother needs plenty of fresh air and some exercise each day in the open air, preferably walking or light gardening. The ordinary house hold duties may be performed, but the nursing mother must not be over worked. She should take a nap each afternoon, or at least lip down and rest in a cool room. The nursing mother cannot afford to have a "spell of nerves." Anger, worry, grief, excitement all interfere with' the nervous system and its con trol of the circulation of the blood, whiih affects the supply and the qual ity of the milk. The nursing mother needs to keep herself well. So long as i.he is well the babv probably will be wHI. It will help the mnther to lie down to nurse her baby. In this way she can gain fifteen roinut"' rest every three hours. Both mother and baby will be lietter for it. Iiet The diet for a nursing mother needs to be appetizing, nutrition and laxative. A a rule, she may follow her choice of food, avoiding foods which she has learned, di-turh her digestion, t)ie-c will disturb the baby. If the milk i scanty, a more gn e rous diet is indi'-ated. She should take more fresh milk. egg. fresh vege tables, ripe fruit, nourishing liquid food and drink plenty of water, avoid ing tea coffee and all alcoholic prepara tions or patent medicines. Constipation should He guarded acainst. Fresh fruits are laxative. So re hran biscuits or bran added to the whole whest flour. Whole wheat bread i more nourishing than white bread and dors wt constipate. A glass of l.ot ater the first thine on rising in the morning has a benefHal action on the bowels. The following diet is recommended for mothers: All kind of soups. All kinds of fre-h fi-h. boiled or broiled. Meats, nnr a day beef, mutton, lamb. seal, nam, 1-aoon. rhiikeav or turkey. Fres freely, on nr two each nar. All cm-ked cereals mth milk and cream and sucar. AH stale bread, avontieg feesh bread at f cak' All rf eja-b-- pea, slnsg beans, asparagus, cauliflower, spinach, white and sweet potatoes, celery, let tuce and other plain salads with oil. Desserts of plain custard or pud ding, ice cVeam; no pastry. Fruits should bo taken freely ; all ripe, raw fruits and cooked fruits. Drinks milk, buttermilk, cocoa and plenty of water, one or two quarts daily: tea and coffee sparingly, and not strong, once a day. No beer or other alcoholic drink. RANDOLPH Mr. M. A. flriftin of Chelsea was in town on Wednesday calling on friends. Mrs. George Chattield and daughters, who have been in town for a few days, left for their home in Montpelier. While here the eldest daughter. Max ine, underwent an operation for the re moval of adenoids. E. N. Rising was operated upon on Wednesday for the removal of a can cer in his mouth and, at the present writing, the result is nut known. Mr. Rising has not been well for some time and, during the last few days, this has developed rapidly, until an operation was the only alternative. Le land Rising, his son, of Boston was in town during the day and will remain oer till his father is more comfort able. Mr. and Mrs. Inland W. Hall of Chi cago arrived here on Tuesday nit'ht, having started from Chicago last Thursday and, having made the trip in easy stages from that city here. On their way they stopped over at Ben nington and also at Rutland. dotliam Chamberlin, who has been with his sister. Miss Ktta Chamber Jin, for 10 days, left on Wednesday for Palmer, - Mass., and his sister, Miss Cliamberlin. accompanied him as far as White River .function. Mr. yid Mrs. Herbert Flint of Springfield Mass., who are passing a few days here, were in South Royal ton on Wednesday to visit friends. Mr. and Mr. Morrison, who have been conducting a boarding ' house at the corner of Merchants Row and Pleas ant street, have decided to leave there August first, and it is not known to whom they will give it up. At present they have not found any new quar ters, but will await their time for a tenement. Mrs. tJertrude Fassctt went to Roch ester on Wednesday and Thursday will go by automobile to Brandon to visit friends for some length of time. The entertainment at the Methodist church did not draw a large crowd on .Monday evening, but the reader was said to be firt class and very enter taining. The Fpwortb leaciie will real ire a small sura from the entertainment. The Nellie Gilla Promise. "Vou Never t in Tell" is the title of the Nellie t,i!l Havers' next offering. It likewise expresses our thought con cerning the popular player. You nev ¬ er can tell what new surprises they will have in store for This time they promise to show us a melodra matic comedy. We aked what that meant and they answered: "A play i with a good story, filled with dramatic 'situation and pungent wit which will make f lk laugh to their heart enn- tent." That's a mighty lug promise ! to make but the Nellie Gill fcave Rev ' er disappointed u tet. We believe j you will all enjoy the meldrani(t ir ! cmly. ad. Deaths of Harry E Russ, 24, and Fre mont Stone, Aged 61. Hurry K. Runs died about 1,0 o'clock Wedneaduy morning at this home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. K. Russ, nt the lower village, after a long and painful illness. Mr. Russ was 24 years of age and had always lived in Sitovve. He was graduated from Stowe high school in the class of l!H0 and was married in June, 1918, to Miss Mil dred Gale, who survives him, togeth er with his parents and two sisters, Mrs. Frank Peterson and Miss Grace Rush of Stowe. Mr. Russ was a young man of much promise and was much esteemed by all. Hia death casta a gloom over the entire community. Fremont Stone, aged 01, died Tues day at the state hospital at Water bury, the cause of his death being Bright's disease. Mr. Stone, who had been employed at the farm of L. B. and C. A. fomlinson at the lower vil lage for 17 years, went on account of ill health to Milton May 1 to be with his daughter, Mrs. Martha Stone Ryan. He was taken to Waterlniry 10 days ago. Mr. Stone leaves, be sides his daughter, a son, Karl R, Stone of Los Animas,, Col., a sister, Misa Betsey Stone of Morristown, and a brother, John Stone of Colorado Springs, Col. Mrs. Stone di f in 190-. The funeral will be . held at Unity church at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. His son. Earl Stone, is expected to arrive Saturday. The funeral of Mrs. Louisa Loomis was held at Unity church Tuesday aft ernoon. Rev. Goodliffe of Morrisville conducting the service. Mrs. H. W. Barrows sang several selections, accom panied on the organ by Miss Marjorio Watts. The bearer were-F. K. Staf ford, E. C. Russell, H. K. Jenney and and E. H. Eggleston. The burial was made in the west branch cemetery. Ira Munn Boardman of Burlington called on friends in Stowe Tuesday. Rev. and Mrs. K. L. Goddard of Cab ot are visiting Mrs. Goddard' parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Holden, this week. Miss Hattie E. Douglass, the La moille county Red Cross nurse, was here Tuesday afternoon at the '-health tenter" in the Akcley Memorial build ing. Seven children were brought for consultation and were weighed and en tered for observation. Mis Douglass gave advice in tlte general care of chil dren and other health matters. She will be here from 1 :3tl to 4 o'clock next Tuesday afternoon. The health ttcnter is available for adults as well as chil dren ami consultation is free to all. About 40 memliers of the H. H. Smith Relief corps and friends met at headquarters for a picnic supper on Tuesday afternoon, the guests of honor licing Mrs. Anna Kimball of Simsbury, Conn., who is visiting her former home in Stowe. They picked peas at the l-ake, Mans field Trout club garden Tuesday anl shelled l quart. There are about 50 guests at the club house Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bradley of Norris Center, N. J., called on Mr. and Mr. C. L. McMahon Tuesday on their way from the White mountains to Burlington. Mr. Bradley was former ly a regular summer visitor in Stowe. when hi father, the late Joseph P. Bradley, justice in the V. H. supreme court w ho as a member of the electoral commission, cast the vote that made General Hayes president, made his summer home in Stowe, for some years at the Mt. Mansfield hotel mid after wards at the mansion at Seven Springs, now ow ned by Miss Allen of New York. Mr. Bradley' renewed many pleasant associations' during bis brief visit here Tuesday. The receipts of the sugar social giv en by "the community ladies' aid were 2fl. clearing $13. Mrs. Iouise Taylor and granddaugh ter, Miss Pearl 'Taylor, are visiting Mrs. Taylor's son. Clinton Taylor, and familv in West Danville. Shaw's truck moved the household goods of Maurice Horner from Or leans Monday to Moscow, where Mr. Horner lias employment. Miss Frank Palady of Williston. for merly Miss Mareare't Gondcl! of Stowe. is visiting her father at W. T. Burt's. Miss Lizzie Jones of Hyde Park has employment at C. O Burt's. S. H. Dana of Fitchburg. Mass.. went Wednesday to WaitefieM, after a brief visit with' friends in Stowe. Mrs. Mary ( bae lias returned from the Fanny "Alien hospital, where she has had treatment. Mrs. Willis Douglass and sons. Fran cis and Raymond, of JefTersonville called on friends in Stowe Tuesday. Miss Mary Bailey has employment at Four Winds farm. There's a shine that's part of the shoe not just a slicked-up surface. To keep your shoes new use the superior, WRittemore's ff Shoe Polishes Oil Past i en of to polih tfat i-Preserves the leather a-Give mere latt icing shine 3-Keep shoes looking new ii t ev1. niJUri- Alto put ep Brown. Oxblood, and Taa Pi" z SAGE TEA KEEPS YOUR HAIR DARK When Mixed with Sulphur It Brings Back Its Beautiful Lustre at Once. K X Gray hair, however handsome, de notes advancing age. We all know the advantages of a youthful appear ance. Your hair is your charm- It makes or mar the face. When it fades, turns gray and looks streaked, just a few applications of Sage Tea and Sul phur enhances its appearance a hundred-fold. Don't stay gray! Look young! Ei ther prepare the recipe at home or get from any drug store a bottle of "Wyeth'a Sage ami Sulphur Com pound," which is merely the old -time recipe improved by the addition of oth er ingredients. Thousands of folks rec ommend this ready-to-use preparation, because it darkens the hair beautifully; Itesides, no one can possibly tell, as it darkens sfc naturally and evenly. You moisten a sponge or soft 'brush with it. drawing this through the hair, tak ing one small strand at a time.- By morning the gray hair disappears; aft er another application or two, its nat ural color is restored and it becomes thick, glossy and lustrous, and yoti ap pear ears younger. Adv. Looked for Chance. She- I told you yesterday that I would not marry you. He I know. That' why I ask you again to-day. You would not be so lacking in originality, I hope, as to re peat to-day what you said yesterday.- Boston Transcript. Wesley Lamberton of St. Albans was a visitor at Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Peck's Monday.' Cecil Thomas of Hard wick was a guest the first of the woek of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Crawford. Rev. Mr. Morse of St. Johnsbury was a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dieniiaii. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Dudley of East Montpelier called on Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Peck Sunday. Mrs. Pearl Parker is on the sick list. R. B. Daniels w'as a business visitor in St. Johnslmry Monday. Norma Davis returned Saturday from a week's stay with her grand parents, Mrt and Mrs. Robert Boyce, in Elmore. Leslie Hatch is slowly gaining from his recent illness. Mrs. Bertha Parker, who has had quite a serious time since having her teeth extracted, went to Barre last Thursday to have her mouth treated. Mrs. N. A. Ross and daughtjr. Alice, were over-Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Albian Michaud in Walden. Robert Davis has purchased a new automobile, an Oakland six. Mrs. V. A. Ainsworth and son, Ev erett, and Miss Florence Parks mo tored to Brockton, Mass., Saturday, returning Sunday. Mrs. Maude Daniels returned Sat urday from a few days' visit in Bos ton. Arthur Longley was called here on Friday by the sickness and death of liis son, Ellsworth. The boy has been staying with Mr. and Mr. Ernest Wheeler. Mr. and Mrs. George Merson and son returned Friday to their home in Mas sachusetts, after several weeks' stay at the home of Mrs. Merson's. mother, Mrs. Mary Daniels. Mrs. K. E. Webber and children of East Barre were in town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas and children visited relatives in Washing ton and Chelsea ovpr the week end. Mr. and Mrs. W. B, Thomas and daughter. Cora, were in East Barre on Saturday and Sunday, guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Baldwin. W'AITSFIELD ' ' Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Xiell are the par ents of a son, born at Heaton hospital. Miss Aliiv Smith is having a vaca tion from her duties in W". E. Jones' store. Clarence Bisbee, who has been in town some weeks, returned Sunday to Barre. R. W. McAllister has returned to Montpelier. , Miss Mary McAllister was carried to Heaton hospital Sunday and was otcrated on for mastoid Iwne Mon day. Mrs. Clara McAllister is with her daughter in Montpelier. Mrs. D. H. Skinner and Miss Blanche McAllister were in Barre Saturday. Mrs. Eva Annie Freeman is visit ing in Barre. Miss Jyie Trask spent the week end at her home in East Warren. Miss Ruth .lone and Miss Mildred Davis were in Warren Sunday. E 111111 r , ., J I B TIZ" FOR SORE, TIRED FEET-AH! "Tii" is grand for aching, swollen ten-' Amr esllnbseif feet t or corns. Ah! what relief. No more tired feet; no more burning feet; no more swollen, aching, tender, sweaty feet. No more soreness in corns, callouses, bunions. No matter what ails your feet or what udder the sun you've tried with out getting felief. just iis "til." "Til" is the only remedy that draws out all the poisonous exudation which putT up the feet. "Til!" cures your foot trouble mi you'll never limp or draw up your face in pain. Your shoes won't um tight ami your feet will never, never hurt or get sore and swollen. Think of it, no more foot misery, no more agony from corn, cs Houses or bunions. t-t a box at any drug store or de partment store and get instant relief Wear smaller shoes. JtM once try "Til." t'Ct a whole year's foot com fort for few cent. I hink of it. Adv. Too Fat? DattrTtn tieconie wen (W by drastic oos n SHOE SALE For the next ten days, we will give you a DISCOUNT OF 10 on any Shoe in our store. Our entire stock is at your disposal. We have a good line of Shoes and have not marked them up to the top notch. 'You will find some good values here, with a 10 per cent discount added. We need the money, you need the Shoes. Come in. Let us get together. LEE & CLARA B. SHORTT Marshfield, Vermont 1 How Many Women Are Like This? Can anything bs moie wearing for women than the ceaseless round of household duties? Oh! the monotony of it all work and drudge ; no thno to be sick ; tired, ailing, yet can not stop. There comes a time when something " snaps " and they find themselves "simply worn out," and to make matters worse, have contracted serious feminine disorder which almost always follows the constant overtaxing of a woman's strength. Then they should remember that there Is no remedy like Lydia E. Pinkuam's Vegetable Compound-the expe rience of these twto women establishes tkat fact t Cedar Rapid, la "After th birth of my lat child I bad auch painful nll that would unfit me entirely for my homework. I suf fered for month and the doctor aid that my tronble was organic nicer and I would have to have an opera tion. That wat an awful thing to tne, with a young baby and four other children, o one day I thought ot Lydi E. Finkhaui' Vegetable Compound and how it bad helped mejn before and I decided to try it again. I took fire bottle of Vege table Compound and used Lydia E. Finkham' Saoatire Wash andaince then I hare been a well woman, able to take eare of my hou and family without any trouble or a day' pain. I am ready and thankful to wear by your medicine any time. I am forty four year old and bareiiothadaday' illness of any kind for three year." Mr. H. K.OKHIO, 617 Eilis Blvd. Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Sandusky, Ohio. "Afterthebirth of uit baby I had organic trouble. My doctor aaid it wa caused by too heary lifting and I would hare to have an operation. I would not consent to an operation and let it go for orer a year, haying my sister do my work for me as I was sot ablo to walk. One day my auDt came to see me and told ma about your medicine said it cured her of the same thing. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and used Lydia E. Fiakbsm's Sana tiye Wash and they hay cured me. Kow I do my own housework, wash ing and ironing and sewing for my family and also do sewinz for other people. I still take a bottle of Vege table Compound erery spring for a tonic. I recommend your medicine tn others who haye troubles similar to mine and yon can ne my letter if you wi-h.'1 Mrs. Pct PArm- TI iu wuti." Jlrs. rAci. ,13a Stone St.,8anduaky,Obii. All Worn Out "Women Should Take 1 I J I I J IT. leVII ,LSei V JlllwluJ'fiBlS LYDIA E. PINK HAM MEDICINE CO.. t-VX x1 QJk m av Dr. Meagher Barre's Expert Plate Maker As seen bv a few following recommendations people who have never been fitted before, till trying Dr. Meagher's New Suction Method of Plate Making. Harry M. Gamble, Deputy Chief of Police, Barre. Mr. Carpenter, Trow Hill. Mrs. W. Brown, Montpelier, R. F. D. No. 4. Mrs. Wood, Williamstown. Mr. Guyette. Montpelier. Mr. Lewis Sweeney, Montpelier and Middlesex. Mr. C. Manning, Rochester., Mr. John Clarke, St. Albans. Mr. Peter Dubee, 19 Summer street, Barre. Mr. Littlewood, Websterville. Mrs. David Smith. Mr. Peter Hendrickson, Plainfield. Mrs. John Gamble, Jr.. 14 Webster avenue, Barre. Mr. A. L. Wheeler. Roxbury. Mr. A. J. Holmes, 42 Court street, Montpelier. Mr. Jenkins, Graniteville. Mrs. Minnie Ainsworth, .Marshfield. Mrs. Mary Tage, Berlin. Mr. M. P. Sullivan, Graniteville. Mr. Turner, Derby Line. Doctor McCambridge, Burlington. fLOSEI THVRSOAT AFTERNOONS Dr. Meagher's Dental Parlors Miles Granite Block. Barre: TeL 622-W Ope Monday, Wednesday, Saturday Evenings; 7:30 to 9; Lady Attendant j orrtn X, x i B A at IJJOU THEATRE Presents for To-day Only OLIVE THOMAS in the Selznick production . "OUT YONDER" picture that will more than rlease. PUNCH! PEP! POWER!' ' PLUS. Charming Olive Thomas her best in a stirring story of stormy coasts and sunny hearts. An absorbing love drama, sweet with the tang of the open sea also ...... "A Restaurant Riot" Two Act Metro Comedy and The Screen Magazine wr(ht and wmiIik aiao 4'5 tKrufr, reliable Horrra Wrtn. Ikt aksdwm , 4m B. lakm Km. and MtvmK my dTrcliw cf KffrrinM ria ah nm4 (mm rfrinwy eurc to graceful pnMiK. Now hiair:ie. HTmrtm. nra ii'rr aiert a1 ia better heith. Way Ml yaf Become Slender and Stay to Mnr. i-xh an, reiwrt ?iey fca nmJ 10 wf N" """"C ao nhavdirc rrmn . Sxe. pleTrt method, endued krtwir Itoko !e!noe!ai. Sic CUAANTtXorm-T retimd. But Ka i in "WncH 4eeew $ow tat tnesda thm AD ULT1LUlI. To-morrow MADELINE TRAVERSE in the Fox feature "THE TATTLERS" A photoplay that grips the heart and carries a moral that sinks deep into the mind also1 The 5th Episode of "The Whirlwind" and The Latest News Reel MATINEE at 2:13; Admission EVENING, 6:45 and 8:30; Admission... .Children, 10c. Adults lc. Tax paid Children. 10c, Adults 20c, Tax paid